Tumut River View

Lapsed Conditional Purchases.

1877 - Lapsed Conditional Purchases. (From the Gazette, May 7.) NOTICE is hereby given, that the undermentioned Condtional and Additional Conditional Purchases of land under the Crown Lands Alienation Act of 1861, have become lapsed through non-receipt of the necessary declarations or non payment of interest as prescribed by the Act ; and that the lands will be offered for sale, as early as practicable, by competition at public auction, if not in the meantime conditionally purchased afresh, which they are liable to be, unless improved within the meaning of the said Act.

ALBURY.-L. A. MatUschka, E. Stallworthy, E. J. Donnelly, E. A. Donnelly, M. K. Donnelly, J. J. Donnelly, B. A Donnelly, G. G. Fisher, J. H. Fisher, W. W. Fisher, H. H Fisher (2), R. Graham (2), A. Fordham, H. Fletcher, L. V M. Post. M. Stratford, G. .Simpson (2), A. M. Reppner (3) W. P. Morgan, E. E. Whittaker, A. Menzies, G. L. Huon, A. P. Heppner, M. Tyrrell, F. W. Heppner (2), E.Thomas, K. C. Ryan, F. Smith. C. Smith, D. E. Heppner, L. Pentland G. Horn (2), H. G. Huon (2), J. Wisebeck (2) S. E. Keane, T. Keane, J. Darby. E. R. M'Kay (1).

ARMIDALE.-J. Kelly, jun., E. Chapman, C. Legh, J. Maher, T. Walsh, A. Fox, S. M. Tourle, D. Fraser, C. T. Bagot, W. H. Allingham.

BALRANALD.-M. C. Maguire, A. L. Maguire.

BATHURST.-J. English, J. Healy, R. Mahaney, J. Ewers.

BEGA.-J. Heffernan, jun. (3), R. Black, C.Spears, junr. C. J. McGregor, F. Moon, E. Brady, D. Tarlinton, J. Rolfe.

BERRIMA.-R. Graham, H. Darrant (3). BINGERA.-A. Wyndham, senr , W. Brien, W. Smith, S. Gallagher, W. Wemyss, J. Burns, J. Blackenberg, J. Ryan, J. Tracey. R. Gallagher, C. M'Carthy, E. J. Cory, E. Kelly, J. Broadhurst.

BOMBALA.-John Harrington, Charles Cottrill, E. Brewer, H. Edwards, J. Brewer, junior, A. Rankin, junior, A. Camp ljoll(widow),lE. Terry (widow), F. Ulrich (3), J. O'Hare, jnr, A. O'Hare(2), E. O'Hare (2), S. Attwater (2), A. J. Browne (2), W. Paxley, M. Mudie, D. J. Mackay, A. Witts, J. M'Kay (4), L. M'Kay (6), A. Graham, R. Sands, J. Haggar, A. Mac- donald, J. Ryan, junior, M. M'Carthy, W. H. Rankin, D. O'Hare, J. O'Hare, E. Smith, G. D. Gordon, L. F. Walford, R. L. Gibson, M. Cottrill.

BOURKE.-J. Connelly, J. W. Colless, W. Swift, H. Colless, G. S. Gibbs, M. Doohan, J. N. Taylor. D. A. Byrne, E. J. Bloxham, A. Becker, W. A. Kelly, P. J. Brady, G. Harris. H. E. Cobden, G. S. Gibb, J. W. Colless, J. Connelly, W. Swift, G. S. Gibb, A. Ogilvie, E. Good, E. Resch, T. O'Brien, H. Cornish, G Goldfinch, J. Connelly, R. Nancarroll, M. Scryingon, E. Robins, G. Goldfinch, T. O'Brien (2), H. and J.W. Colless, J. N. Taylor, H. Colless, J. Raynor(2), M. Neville, J. Curran, J. Payne, G. Hitchcock, W. Moir, J. Raynor, R. Barton, R. Nancarrow, W. Foster, P. J. Brady, C. Stewart, P. Weltie, F. Williams, and H. E. Cobden, J. Goldsworthy, E. Robbins, F. W. M ackay and N. M'Nickle (2), H. Colless, T. Reynolds, D. M'Donald, W. Gillett and Thomas Oats, W. Webb, A. M. Hooley, W. T. Forster and J. D. Stewart, J. Atkinson, H. C. Suttor.

BRAIDWOOD.-G. W. Cridge, M. Gallagher, H. Bond, J. Dempsey, D. O'Brien, J. Hayes, W. Basslngthwaighte.

BRISBANE WATER.-A. A. E. Wamsley. BROULEE,-J. Walkcr,

BURROWA,-J. Gourley, T. J. Smith, T. Balgowan, E. Slattery (2), J. Barr, J. A. Murphy, H. Brown, E. Dougherty, H. Brown, M. Ryan. CARCOAR.-G. W. Allen and J. Greer (2), P. Farrelley (4). CASSILIS.-S. H. Dowd, W. Cohen, P. M'Neil, R. Worrell, A. Garrett, C. M'Rae, J. Connolly, E. Bramma, F. Bramma, Thos. Dodd, J. Duggan, Jas. M'Pherson, John M'Pherson, R. Williams, T. Williams, A. H. Byfield.

COROWA.-T. A. Stamp, J. T. Alexander, A. M.Vean, J. Cameron, H. Hay, J. Harrison (2), A. M'Millan, W. Macvean, J. M, Sanger, H. Turner, J. E. M. Sangar, C. D. Sang- ar, J. Kinneal, A. Macvean, J. Drew. R. Colquhoun.

COOMA.-P. H. Clifford, E. M'Adams (widow), L. M'Guiness Clifford(2), A. C. Wallace, M. M. Wallace, H. Reynolds, F. Watson, (2 ) A. R. Cosgrove, J. Cosgrove, sen., P. Hawkins, J. Constance, J. Joyce (2). G. H. Flakelar, M. War, H. Butler, M. Ware, Amy O'Mara, Alice O'Mara, M. A. Jackson (2), P. J. Clifford, M. Kelly, J. Walsh, J. Windle , W. Windle, E. Crisp, G. Bright, T. Clarke, C. Clements, Wm. and H. Wallace, H. M. Wallace, D. Casey, jun., M. A. Ryall(3), M. A. Joyce, C. B. Joyce, D. Quirk, J. Thompson, A. Myers, T. Fahey, S. Tivey, jun., A. and D. Ryrie, J. Nuss (2), W. Lynch, E. J. Crisp, C. Pendergast, T. Archer, John Blake, John Blake jun, C. Robertson, S. Whittakcr, W. Whittaker, S.A. Bobbin, P. Elliott, J. Schaefer, C. W. Barrett (2), J. Higgerson, L. Morgan, A. Rush, E. S. Spellmann, R. Frost, T. M'Carthy, P. Slattery (3), J. Paul, W. J. Eustace, T. Kirwin, V. C. Ryall.

COONABARABRAN.-W. Willoby, J. Carney, C. L. J. Croxon (2), R. Hobbs, J. Rundle, G. Davidson. COWRA.-J. Alford, P. Byrnes, G. Campbell, T. M'Colin, sen., L. Power, T. Walsh.

DENILIQUIN.-W. J. Jones, F. Wilson, T. Holland, J. Web ber, K. D. Scott, E. Evans, J. G. Evans, J. R. Evans, T. G. Evans,sen., S. Gifford, C. Edwards, J. Edwards, R. Edwards, J. A. Farie, R. B. Virgoe, H. J. Ricketson, F. W. Ricketson, M. Peppin, E. J. Peppin, F. W. Ricketson, W. E. Ricketson, E. M. M'Laurin, M. J. M'Laurin, J. Howe, G. Fraser, M. Cooney, D. Aiken, F. H. Patterson, P. Kelly, F. Wolseley, M. Jorgensen, F. W. Parker (3), S. J. Brown, J.Campboll, E.G. Capron, M. A. Capron, W. Mackenzie, T. Mackenzie, H. Mac kenzie, J. Mackenzie, R. C. Patterson, E. Gormly. J. Taylor, (2), J. Farie, (2), T. Perry, J. Jenkins, W. Carnaby, T. Glen- hill, M. Glennin, W. Glennin, J. Bosworth, T. Meate, A. Dun- can, A. M'Laurin, B. W. Cook.

DUBBO.-F. G. Todhunter, E. C. Bayley, J. Todhunter, C. MacIntosh, E. D. Johnson, G. Johnson, G. Cruickshank, J. D. Cruickshank, F. Lemon, J. Strahorn, jun., J. Penzer, C. Pike, J. Pike, R. Pike, S. Pike, J. H. Smith, J. Christian. DUNGOG.-J. C. Simmonds.

EDEN.-J. Fairweather.

FORBES.-G. T. Howell, T. O'Donnell (2), T. Fitzsimons, jun., J. G. Clarence, J. Fitzsimons. J. W. Ellis, jun. (2), J. J. M'Girr (4), G. Smith, W. Spargo, H. Ellis.

GLEN INNES.-H. and R. A. Lewis and Thomas Elder, A. O Hara, A. F. Mathews, W. A. Fraser (2), W. A. Macintyre. A. Smith, J. Noble, A. Chisholm.

GOULBURN,- V. M. Morton, A. R. Taylor, D. Macdonald,jnr., J. Cusack, R. Walker, A. A. Armstrong, H. Cameron.

GRAFTON.-M. Burke, S. D. Buchan, A. J. Adams.

GRENFELL.-J. J. Anderson, J. Borton (2), S. Caldwell, W. Shaw.

GUNDAGAI.-J, Wholey, J. O'Keefe, E. Lloyd, J.Morris. sen., B. Rigney, E. J. Howe, M. Crowe (2), F. Quinlan (5), J. Dunn T. Manus, J. Gravolin. L. E. Smith, W. Bull, M. Hilley, (2), S. Schwartz (2). H. W. Gordan (3), D. Coughli, sen., J. Carbury, jun., E. Carbury, J. Clarke(2), A. A. Crowe, R. Franks, sen. (3), M. M'Cormack, P. Elligott (5),

GUNNEDAH.-J. Fogarty. J. Baker, J. Salisbury. R.M'Gill, J. Sheean, H. Beaumont, G. Faucett, J. Cherry (3), T. Landers (3), J. Moore, J. Hunt, jun., G. Thorp, J. Schwager, J. J. Scanlan, A. K. Cameron (4). P. Cantrell, T. Beverley, M. Carmichael, J. Fitzgerald, T. Grace, H. Myers, E. Fitzgerald, K. Melvil (2), A. Town, J. Fitzroy (3), W. Loughrey, T. T. Broadhurst, T. B. Harris, M. E. Webster, G. W. Warden, Jane Clift, S. E Butler, J. B. Christian, W. B. Christian, and W. M. Christian, R. Dealy (3), F. Roberts, L. F. Iredale, W. B.Iredale, R. Thomson, R. Nyhan, A. Thorn, J. Hodgers, B. Cooks. E. Somers, S. Tobin, E. A. Clift, S. J. Dixon, A. Clark (3), G. Mathers (2), H Mathers (2). T. Bushell, J. Clarke, junr-., E. E. White, J. Stewart, J. Thompson

HARTLEY.-AV. F. M'Kenzic. J. W. AVatkin (2), H. Andrews,. Holt, J. N. AV'ark anti T. Savwell, trustees for tho ATalo of Clwydd and Lithgow Arallcy Coal Mining Company (4), E. Gow, 0. Mitchell (3). U'viiHiaL,-A. 0. AV. Cameron, F. Collins, G. T. T. Butler 2). AV. T. Lnngworthy. AV. Borthwick, T. Adam, K. M. VIvors (2), D. Murphy'(2), J. Borthwlok, M. A. Butler, F. J. r icher, D. Hocy, A. Kennard, AV.Goodfellow, -F. P. Borthwick, J. Sinclair (2),- P. Halloran, 0. 8.' Mourcr (2). G. N. JJel.l. J. A. Cobcroft (2), G. A. Codrington, 0. Duff, C. Clarke G. 'F. Grant (2), AV. Hopkins, AV. M. Borthwick.

MACLEAY Hivun.-N. Rowe, L.B. Rudder(2), A. Rwo, N. liowe, AV. D. Scott, G. Aldridge, L. B. Rudder. 0. II. Humphreys. AV. J. Mowle, M. Marney, Rev. J. O'Sullivan^). MAITLAXD.-A. IL Hungerford. *h>pA.~J. ]{i Graham, 0. BaRgott, T. Southey, B. Al.Cabe, V. Criunbouith, H. Eagan, M. P. Fitzgerald, AV. R. ,V0!1' M- Murphy, ti. Chapman, H, Moon, ll. Chapman, . li. Eynns, M, Emus, M. A.lrrcll, B. Blrrell, A. Aitkin .son, G-. MUlodgo, H. Palmor, L, Atkinson, T. Pitman, Tl. i Foot. W. Freebody, J. Marchant, lt. Garland, J. Simpson, H. Watts, ll. Maynard, J. Pagott, J. Carroll.

MOLONG.-W. A. Gibson. J. Draper, J. Coffey, lt. Keenan, C. May (2). Mtmuii.-T. Owington, G. T. Willoughby. MinmmuTNm.-A. Hooke, J. E.Richards (2), K.M. Greer,,0. M. Logan, F.Beedie, E.Hal),.inn, (2).M.Cummins, A.Hooke, .. Seivl 'jun., ti. Mason, T. A. Conk, J. M. Ackland(2). J.Mac kay, E. Ii, D'Orlval, W. Smallridgc, W. C. Darby, H. Hod son. D. Dougherty. MUSWKU.HROOK.-E. R. Parker, E. Glendenning, T. Linton, D, O'Hara, M. Flanagan, J. D. Gregory (2). A. 8. Hall. tfAKANiiKKA.-J. A, Lewis, II. Rich, C. M. Lewis, W. Ross, 1). Davis. J. Thomson, F. H. Frazer, A. M. Frazer, M, J. Frazer (3), S. 0. Frazer (4). _ OitANcHC-II. Madson, J. O'Donnell, F. P. Renshaw, D. Bowman. _ , , OXMCV.-D. P. M'Carthy, L. A.Chambers, . Wilson, A. R. Telford (2), D. Sloeombe, E. W. Serverno (2). II. R- Suivp son (2), G. Horne, jun., .T. H. Kidd, F.' M'Evoy M), H. Taylor, J. Witcombe. R. W. Broughton. J. W. Hathaway, F. 'Duval, R.S. Thomason, T. Scott, and R. D. Jones (.1), AV. 0. Clarke (2), P. Tyson, W. A. Campbell, W. >-0"K< G. L. Dickson, A. Cuinining, J. M'Gregor, junr. (4), J; Johns (2), C. Wickham, J. McGregor jun., H. T. Davidson (3). J. Warley, J. M'Gregor, junr. (3), H. T. Davidson (2).

PATRICK'S PLAINS.-p. Brady, J. Brady, D. Lynch, P. Kowen, A. Bowman (2), H. Hawkins, J. Cannon, F." White PATKUSON.- J. M'Cormick, R. Robinson, A. Turnbull (3). PORT MACO ITA TUE.-T. Hollis, W. T. Farrell. Pom- STKI'IIKXS.-J. James. QUEAXUKYAX.-W. Holden (2), J. Beattie, R. C. Cooper (2), W. M'Ternan, R. Savage (3), E. J. M'Keahine, P. Hammond (2). RAYMOND THURA CK.-C. A. Kepert (2).

RICHMOND RIVER,-J. Johnson, F. Alcock, Gr. Duncan, T. E. Lance, W. Johnson (2), W. Gibbons, H. Tozer, E. Knight, E. Henry.

RYLSTONE.-El Ashe (widow), W. J. Gallagher, W. Harris (2), W. Kirk, J. Burke, G. Sparrow, C. J. Gallagher, 0. J. Skinner.

SCONE.-W.Dunsmorc, S. C. Cobb, G. Mitchell, W. Scriven (2), G. Vine, E. M'Grath, M. H. Hall (3), G. Aslin (4), P. Nicholson (5), H. Palmer (3), J. H. Roo (2), W. A. Dumar esq, S. Wallace (3), J. B. Kevs (5), W. A. Dumaresq (2), C. Hodges (3), J. Molloy (3), F. H. Hall.

TAMWORTH.-S. H. M'Gill, J. Weiher, jun., T. Reading, H. Reading (2,) J. B. Struhan, J. A. St. Clair, A. Urquhart. J. A. Noble, J. Noble, J. Creamer (2), A. Cohen (2), G. K. Clift, H. Geddes (3), F. Glover, G. Parkinson, F. Goodman, W. Thompson, A. Blackenny, J. Wright, J. Eastwood, M. Hayes, K. 8. Clift, J. Thomas, J. Chapman J. Owen, G. Maunder, M. C. Groth, T. Jones (2), L. Macintosh, J. Gross, T. Gorman, C. Sawyer. J. Macdonald. K. Cummings, J. Warth.

TENTERFIELD.-H. P. L. Cardew, J. Kiemen.

TUMUT.-R. K. Broughton, E. S. Sharp, M. Sharp, M. Oavener, F. L. Brown, A. Powell, S. Dight, M. Tuohy, W. Peterson and F. T. Sargood, W. Beattie, W. P. Brown, A. M'Gruer, H. Hargreaves, sen., J. Nughton, T. H. Naughton.

URANA.- S. Phillips, H. Steer (3), J. Sutton, J. Hurley, J. Tange, W. E. Jackson, H. Jones, W. 0. Stephen, E. F. Young, J. 8. Wilson, T. Crane, W. F. Johnson. C. J. and W. Frauenfelder, J. Bryan, R. Officer, jim., G. E. Jackson, J. Shackleton (3), F. E. 0. Whittaker, J. Gleeson, R. V. Looker, H. J. Looker, J. Harnot, H. H. Ar nold, D. M'Caughey, G. Band, J. Weir, J. Weir, N. Nicholson, J. A. L. M'Kinnon, W. Wilson, D. Reid, jun., A. Crawford, A. Perrin, P. R. Brett, L. Brennan.

WAGGA WAGGA.-F. Sproule (widow), 0. Cox, J. Tomlin son, J. Dwyer, G. A. Nixon, J. E. Nixson, O.Webb, 8. Irwin, M. A. Edghill. J. Donelly, B. J. Gillman (3), E. Murril, C. M'Nickle (5), E. Lintott, W. Dorothy, J. Breed (2), A. Smith, A. Forster, H. Rogers (3), J. Wells, J. Franklin, E. J. Leitch, Bank of New South Wales, A. Morrison (2), W. O. Windeyer, T. Jones, R. Wardrobe, E. E.jJ. and F. Seaborn, S. W.and William Abbott, H. 8. Seaborn (3). M. J. Nixon (3) W. Morrow, J. Dunn, T. H. Mate (2), A. R. Nixon, A. J. Irvine, M. A. Mallyon (3), J. Knight (2), G. Lintot, J. Comans (deceased), M. Comans previously recognised, J. Macfarlane", J. Maefarnald, J. Waldren, jun., J. Macfarland (4), T. Moloney (3), H. Scott, J. Bane, A. M'Nair (2), D. Mackenzie (4), M. M'Kinnon (3), J. M'Lean, F. Reineker.

WALGETT.-A. Bain.

WALCHA.-J. Williams, jun., J. B. Williams, W. Williams, W. Fletcher, J. Lahey.

WARIALDA.-H. Smith, A. George (2), R. D. Gorden, F. Turner, D. M'Leod, J. Davis, A. Dunn, P. Sargentine, M. C. Hoskisson (2), W. Spencer, E. Cooper (2), A. Carver, E. Boon, M. Mackenzie, J. Hoskisson, F. M'Ray (2).

WEE WAA.-J. and J.M'Noill. G. Griffiths, G. Stanford, H. E. J. Lloyd, A. Allingham, A. J.Ezzy, 8.Hoskisson, J.Dobbin, P. Tighe, T. Elliott, E. Lamb, P. Hynes, T. Bryan, J. W. Eckford (2), R. F. M. Eckford, G. A. Eckford, H. Wilkinson, J. Riddell, P. Powers, J. Lennard, J. Powers, R. Y? Cousins, H. Neickall, R. Bell (3), H. Fall (5). WENTWORTH.-J. Healy.

WOLLOMBI.-R. Harris, jun.

YASS.-P. Foley (2), C. Ryan, J. Grace, D. Shaw (2), T. Scanlan, B. Cummins (2), M. Foley.

YOUNG-Wm. Ryan (2), W. Rutherford (3), G. Rutherford (5) , M. Dwyer (1), J. Kildea, T. Carr, J. Barrett, J. Lynch, W. J. M'Kay, A. Morrison, M. Kenny, E. Kenny* T. Lynch (2), T.Bentley (2), J. Macpherson, Jas. Bently, jun., Jane Bently, 8. Bently, J. Bartholomew, C. Tu til, B. Cooney, (2), 0. Bentley, R. W. Telford, E. R. Telford, 0. Rutherford, (2), T. Anderson, A. Lynch, J. Griffin, (2), E. Marina, J. Lynch, (2), J. Carter and O.P. Gilbert, A. Walsh, A. Chant, 0. H. Rutherford, W. Easton, (4), D. Hannon, J. O'Neil, M. Dacey, W. Dacey, M. Cooney, (2), P. Clancy, J. Clancy, T. Ballard, W. O. Moelly, J. Kennedy, N. Jaseriza.

On Monday evening, says the Singleton Argus, the first showers which visited Singleton fell, and from that time we have enjoyed the most desirable season, rain falling at intervals throughout, neither heavy enough to do injury, nor so light as to be ineffective of good results.

Late news from New Zealand states that a man named Moffatt, who was suspected of manu facturing powder and selling it to natives, has been brought in from Upper Wanganui by a number of natives. He was brought before the resident magis trate at Wanganui and committed for trial on the evi dence heard, Avhieh generally went to show that he had been making large quantities of gunpowder, and in a book found on him there was an entity in his own writing to the effect that he had made 2864 pound for the Waikatos. One witness named Nott, who had known Moffatt for the last five years, said that in April last he saw him in Upper Wanganui, making six tin dishes of powder ; it was of good quality. By the next morning it was taken away, he did not know by whom, but thought by the Waikatos, who got it instead of the Wangannie. It was thought this is the reason the Wanganuis informed on Moffat and had him arrested.-The schooner Reward, Captain Dinner, trading between Lyttleton and Le Bon's Bay, is missing. She left Lyttleton for that bay on 4th April, was last seen on the 7th driving off the land, and is supposed to havo been lost in the gale that night.-The agricultural statistics, just completed, for Auckland district show a total decrease of land under crop of 2600 acres, but in reality there is an increase. In previous returns run holders returned the whole of the land in natural grasses as land under crop, but in the present return such land is excluded, only cultivated grasses being included. Deducting 35,000 acres of natural grass from last year'B return, thero is an actual increase in cultivated land of nearly 37,000 acres. In wheat, number of acres sown for grain only, 105S! acres ; gross produce in bushels, 40,)04 ; in oats for green food or hay, 5814, ; grain, 2200J ; estimated gross produce j of grain in bushels, 52,047.

The last Gazette contains tables which show that tho Customs revenue for tho colony for the quarter ending March last was 298,039, as against 317,744 collected during the cor responding quarter of 1876, the decrease on the quarter being 19,705. -A digger named John Nevis, who was lying drunk on the Kaipara railway, had one of his arms cut off by a train.-At Auckland a lad named Campbell picked tip a bottle containing brandy in a hedge near an old hut, drank a portion of tho contents, and died shortly after in great agony from tho effects of poison, supposed to be strychnine.- (Ref- Australian Town and Country Journal (NSW : 1870 - 1907)(about) Previous issue Saturday 12 May 1877).

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